Love & Hip Hop Miami star Veronica Vega’s nationality and ethnicity are back in the spotlight thanks to her new statement on the N-word controversy. Veronica addressed her use of the word during the show’s inaugural season, saying that she’s learned plenty from the fallout and wouldn’t be so quick to use the word again.
Veronica Vega from Love & Hip Hop Miami is again under fire for her ethnicity. She's claimed both African and Latina ancestry in the past, but a new clip featuring Veronica, her sister, and her grandmother has LHHMiami fans wondering once more: Is Veronica Vega black? What is her ethnic heritage?
It's been a few years since the worst of Josh Duggar's scandals broke, and the former reality TV fixture has started creeping back into Duggar social media feeds. Is a return to television inevitable -- and is Josh Duggar now getting an image rehab in order to bring it about?
Blac Chyna is under fire for promoting her own line of Whitenicious, a skin lightening cream that was itself a lightning rod for controversy when it launched in 2014. But does Blac Chyna bleach her skin? Here's a look at Blac's changing appearance since her rise to fame, as well as some of the history behind Whitenicious and the sensitive, often divisive act of whitening one's skin.
Megyn Kelly's controversial comments on blackface and Halloween have the former Fox News star allegedly on her way out the door at NBC. But is Megyn Kelly Today canceled, or will this whole thing blow over? Read on for the latest, plus the full Megyn Kelly blackface comments.
It's been a rough couple of years for the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which since the election of Donald Trump has become almost synonymous with the vandalism directed at Trump's star. After the star was destroyed for the third time last month, the West Hollywood City Council voted to remove it entirely -- but will Donald Trump lose his Walk of Fame star? Or will he, like similarly beleaguered recipient Bill Cosby, escape the public's wrath (relatively) unscathed?
Someone smashed Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to bits for the second time in two years. But getting one isn't exactly the honor most people seem to think it is. How do you get a star on the Walk of Fame? The answer involves a little bit of luck -- and a lot of cash.
R. Kelly just dropped a new song called -- wait for it -- "I Admit." The 19-minute track is addressed to all the haters and naysayers who've come forward with sexual assault, brainwashing, and sex cult allegations against him over the last few years. And Kelly uses the song's eight extended verses to admit his guilt...just not in the way you might expect.